Skype Adds Group Video Calling Feature on Mobile Devices

Skype which have always been known for their video calling feature, have proved to us that there are more on their stack thatwe can  imagine as they release/add a new feature on the mobile version of the application.
Skype announced a month ago that group video calling was on its way to mobile devices, and it rolled out a means for eager early adopters to test out the feature berehand. Now the functionality is hitting accounts in North America and Western Europe.

When you take part in a group video call on a phone or tablet, you can view the conversation in two ways. One option is to line up all participants in a grid, keeping an eye on everyone at once. Or you can have Skype switch the focus to the person speaking.
Skype is also increasing the number of people who can have a video call from 5 to 25. To help you hit that number, Skype has brought over the ability to invite people to a call by sharing links.

Skype expects the initial rollout to be complete within a week or so. Global exchange should happen next month.
You can download the Application via the Links Below:
Skype (Playboard) | Skype (Play Store)

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